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  • U.S. Ambassador to Slovenia Brent R. Hartley participating at the round table discussion(Photo State Department)

    Peace and Security in Europe

    Euro-Atlantic Council of Slovenia, the Slovenian Association for International Relations, and the US Embassy Ljubljana organized a round table discussion entitled “Peace and Security in Europe and its Neighborhood.”

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  • U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger visits Osnovna šola Komenda Moste. (Photo State Department)

    English Goes Green

    U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger visited Osnovna šola Komenda Moste to participate at the Environmental Debate Event titled: "English Goes Green".

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  • U.S. Embassy Assistant Regional Officer Brandon Lee at "Osnovna šola Rovte” (Photo State Department)

    How different is Georgia from Slovenia?

    More than 80 Middle school students from "Osnovna šola Rovte” met with U.S. Embassy Assistant Regional Officer Brandon Lee and his daughter. Mr. Lee talked to the students about the difference between his home state and Slovenia.

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  • Ambassador Hartley Addressing Business Community (Photo State Department)

    Ambassador Hartley Addresses AmCham

    Ambassador Hartley gave his first public address this morning to members of the international business community in Slovenia at an AmCham. His speech focuses on the themes of economic cooperation, TTIP, reform, and that the U.S. and Slovenia are stronger when working together.

  • Management Officer Jon Selle visits Gian Rinaldo Carli High School in Koper (Photo State Department)

    Texas Comes to Koper

    Management Officer Jon Selle visited one of the few bilingual schools in Slovenia, the Gian Rinaldo Carli High School in Koper. He talked to about thirty 15 to 18 year olds about the United States, including his home state of Texas and his life as a diplomat.

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  • Regional Security Officer Steven Strickland visits Staneta Žagarja Middle School in Lipnica students. (Photo State Department)
    Being a Diplomat

    Regional Security Officer Steven Strickland visited a group of around 70 eighth and ninth graders at Staneta Žagarja Middle School in Lipnica. 

  • Ambassador Brent R. Hartley and President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor (Photo State Department)
    Ambassador Hartley's Credentialing and Flag Ceremony

    On February 12, 2015, Ambassador Brent R. Hartley presented his credentials to President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor and welcomed Embassy staff at his residence for a flag ceremony with the U.S. Marines.  Photos »

  • Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger at the IATEFL Conference (Photo State Department)
    IATEFL Annual Conference

    Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger was honored to speak at the annual conference of the International Association for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language Slovenia.  

  • RSO Steven Strickland giving two presentations at the Franca Miklošica High School (Photo State Department)
    International Debate Competition

    Yesterday was a very busy day for Regional Security Officer Steven Strickland. He gave two presentations at the Franca Miklošica High School for around one hundred 17 and 18 year old students about his life as diplomat, sports, and life in the United States. 

  • Ms. Elizabeth Dickinson visits Osnovna šola Venclja Perka in Domžale (Photo State Department)
    Cape Cod Comes to Domžale

    Ms. Elizabeth Dickinson visited Osnovna šola Venclja Perka in Domžale outside of Ljubljana. She spoke to 40 eighth graders about Cape Cod, in Massachusetts. 

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    StartTheSpark of New Possibilities for Entrepreneurship in Africa

    March 30, 2015 -- "Entrepreneurship can transform the world. Entrepreneurs solve problems, create jobs and boost economies. That's why -- through the United States' Spark Initiative -- the U.S. has committed to generating $1 billion in new investments in entrepreneurs, particularly women and girls." 

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    March 28, 2015 -- "Last week I accompanied World Food Program (WFP) Executive Director Ertharin Cousin to South Sudan to see how the world's largest humanitarian food agency is addressing one of its most complex and pressing challenges. " 

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    Empowering the "NeXXt" Generation of Women Scientists

    March 28, 2015 -- [...] From sectors such as agriculture and information technology to health and environmental sciences, STEM expertise is needed now more than ever to build knowledge-based communities, to solve global challenges, and advance nations. " 

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    2015 State of the Union Address

    January 20, 2015 -- Remarks by the President in State of the Union Address. 

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    Everyday Conversations: Learning American English

    How do Americans greet each other? How do they order a meal? Or ask directions? These 30 dialogues introduce you to everyday American English. 

Greeting from Ambassador Hartley

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